Clematis glaucophylla seeds

penny1947(z6 WNY)September 12, 2012

I just received a dried feathery clematis glaucophyla 'fan'. I am not sure where the seeds are located. I believe the person who sent it said the seeds were at the tip of the 'feathers' and that they were about half the size of a pin head but there is nothing at the tip of the feathers. Can someone enlighten me as to where the seeds of this clematis are located.

Thanks in advance.


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The seeds are dark in color grouped together at the base. They vary some in size. If the seedhead is dry, you should be able to gently pull out the seed with the feathery tail in one piece. But if you can't find the seed, as they say, do not proceed. It may be infertile.

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